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You can download a PDF version of our Best Behavior BINGO card!

Best Behavior BINGO: Free Download | The Art of Ed

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Animal Topped Mason Jars - 18 DIY Ideas You”ll Love (Substitute a plastic jar for kids)

Animal Topped Mason Jars

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3rd Grade Thoughts: Fixing My Community Supplies Area!

3rd Grade Thoughts: Fixing My Community Supplies Area!

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INSTANT DOWNLOAD Printable Superhero Water by PrintablePartiestoGo, $5.00

Storage Shelf out of copy paper boxes...just another reason to hoard empty paper boxes!!!

Oh, heavenly day! This looks amazing! School planning calendar with post-it notes.

The students read the passage independently, then travel around the classroom answering the questions on butcher paper. There can be 3-4 stations with each station asking a question about a story element (i.e. one on characters, one on setting etc). Each stations has enough squares for each student in the class to write their answer. The question can be posted on the butcher paper, or on the wall. Students must support their answer with evidence from the story.

I Learn! What's Your Superpower? Writing craft booklets perfect for back to school or end of year open house! Students write about their goals and accomplishments and how they developed their learning superpowers! $

What's Your Superpower? Writing Craftivity

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superhero classroom ideas | Here’s where I’m displaying student work. We just got these lovely ...

Hooty's Homeroom: Superhero Theme

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Kickin' It With Class: 60 Classroom door ideas!!! Be Super for a superhero themed classroom

Kickin' It With Class

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Another pinner wrote "Bags at the dollar store for each student to store their independent reading books, reading response notebooks, writer's notebooks, word work notebooks, post-it notes and a pencil. I put a command hook on each desk for them to keep their bag. It has been so much easier than finding a place to store bulky book boxes and the kids love to carry them around the classroom."

Yes! Yes! Yes! There is no guessing in this classroom. The teacher has clearly laid out the expectations and the "what ifs" nicely!

all things katie marie: Classroom Organization

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Group your students "randomly" using this name wheel. Put students' names you don't want together on the middle wheel - all others outside.

Fabulous Fourth Grade: A Look Around Our Rooms

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End of the year gift. Class photo collage of their potential professions. Or hardbound book with a page for each child.

Classy Photo | Jo's PhotoMojo

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Gonna try to make this for my mother's 7th grade English class!! Great idea!! >The No Name Board. $8.00, via Etsy.

I love the idea of incorporating a section on your objective board for, "I'll know I've got it when"

Following My Heart to First Grade: classroom pictures

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buttons inspired by Ron Clark- students wear a button if they made 100 on a test & everyone asks them about it & they get high 5's all day. a day in the life of miss kranz

a day in the life of miss kranz

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"Homework Incentive" - When the entire class completes a homework assignment on time, hang up one flag. With the letters in "homework" and a starting and ending decorative flag, there are 10 flags in all. When the banner is complete, give the class extra recess, a homework pass, or whatever incentive works for your classroom.

FREE Lessons4Now Stuff!

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Poster about the last two minutes of class; other posters and room organization ideas as well. She uses LOTS of containers and file folders.

Middle School Math Rules!: Classroom Decor

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A bright idea for responding when kids say “I don’t know” -

A bright idea for responding when kids say “I don’t know” -

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Use these glittery pom poms as an incentive for table groups to behave. The competition for Sparklers will get intense!! If a group earns 8, they get a prize and then start over; the other groups continue on until they hit 8, and so on.

A Cupcake for the Teacher

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